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Animal Liberation Orchestra Live at Las Tortugas Dance of the Dead V - Main Stage on 2010-10-29

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Animal Liberation Orchestra Live at Las Tortugas Dance of the Dead V - Main Stage on 2010-10-29




Disc 1 - 34:49

01- Intro
02- Time is of the essence >
03- Reelin' in the Years
04- Chilly Chile
05- Possible Drown

Disc 2 - 53:12

01- Banter
02- Country Electro >
03- I can't go for that >
04- Never Know what you want until you get what you want
05- Lady Loop
06- Hot Tub

Disc 3 - 68:24

01- Banter
02- Plastic Bubble >
03- Kolomana intro >
04- Kolomana >
05- Drums >
06- The Champ
07- Oh What a Night
08- Celery Stalker >
09- Movin' on Up (Theme from the Jefferson's TV Show) >
10- Celery Stalker
Encore
11- Busy Killing Time
12- Outro


Collection AnimalLiberationOrchestra
Band/Artist Animal Liberation Orchestra
Venue Las Tortugas Dance of the Dead V - Main Stage
Location Groveland, Ca

Source Sound Board Matrix - Nuemann 140's on stage (channels 1 & 2) - Sound Board (Channels 3 & 4) > Sound Devices 744T (24/96)
Lineage Hard Drive Transfer > Adobe Audition 3 for post production and mixing (re-sample & Dither) > Flac (align on sector boundries)
Taped by Jon Hart
Transferred by Jon Hart

Notes

Guest Conga player for much of the show
Lebo on Gretsch guitar all night except on Plastic Bubble


Brought to you by the Terifin Recording Krewe (Bob Cogswell, Jon Hart, and Pete Gilmore).

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Reviewer: Tuo*Cal - favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - November 8, 2011
Subject: O Yeahja!!
GOODS!
Reviewer: drbob22 - favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - November 9, 2010
Subject: Great Show and Great Recording!
Conga player is Ryan Leonardo.

OK, I wrote this setlist but now I'm hearing things I didn't fully appreciate at the show:

Reelin in the Years track is actually Reelin->Time is of the Essence

Possibly Drown track is actually Machine Gun->Possibly Drown
Reviewer: kyi-yo - favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - November 7, 2010
Subject: Oh man!
Thanks so much for making this show available. Talk about amazing! Celery Stalker?? Holy smokes! I've seen these guys about a dozen times and it just keeps getting better and better. This was the best ALO show to date, not that they all haven't amazing this just topped it all. Reelin' in the years!!!! SO good. Oh what a night is for sure!
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